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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. With what type of vehicle did Denver help the white woman stranded on the side of the road?
(a) White Chevy.
(b) Blue Ford.
(c) Red Cadillac.
(d) Green Oldsmobile.

2. What was the name of the neighborhood in which Ron opened an art gallery in Fort Worth?
(a) Renaissance Square.
(b) Falcon Square.
(c) Sundance Square.
(d) Mission Square.

3. What did Deborah tell Ron she saw in a dream?
(a) Instructions from God to go volunteer with the needy.
(b) The face of a man who would save the city.
(c) Her son in heaven.
(d) A woman called Big Mama who would help Denver.

4. Who was called Li'l Buddy, while growing up?
(a) Ron.
(b) Denver.
(c) Bobby.
(d) Uncle James.

5. Who did Ron dream of showing how successful he had become as he flew along in a private jet?
(a) His mean teacher, old girlfriends and his graduating class.
(b) The homeless people with whom he grew up.
(c) His ex-wife and all the children who tormented him as a child.
(d) Former co-workers and his old boss.

6. What were the names of Ron's parents?
(a) Big Mama and PawPaw.
(b) Denver and Deborah.
(c) Thurman and Hershalee.
(d) Earl and Tommye.

7. Why did Li'l Buddy not play much as a child?
(a) He spent every free moment fishing.
(b) Big Mama gave him so many chores.
(c) He preferred the company of the older folks.
(d) He spent his time reading adventure novels.

8. What did friendship mean to Denver?
(a) A commitment to fight together or die together.
(b) A bond between men that could not be trusted.
(c) It meant nothing.
(d) A new kind of family.

9. What part of Ron's body ached as he endured the humiliating punishment from his teacher?
(a) His nose.
(b) His legs.
(c) His hands.
(d) His neck.

10. What is the "hobo code of honor" that Denver discovered in Chapter 15?
(a) An agreement to back each other up in a fight.
(b) An agreement to share what they have with each other.
(c) An agreement to not turn each other in to the police for any reason.
(d) An agreement to take turns keeping watch in the park at night while others sleep.

11. What is the name of the facility where Ron and his wife volunteered their time?
(a) The Union Gospel Mission.
(b) The Salvation Army.
(c) The First Church of Denver.
(d) The Red River Parish.

12. What was celebrated by the volunteers with frosted sheet cake one evening per month?
(a) Free Dinner Night.
(b) Birthday Night.
(c) New Visitors Night.
(d) Homeless Help Night.

13. Denver lacked which basic abilities when he arrived in Fort Worth?
(a) He could not hear or speak well.
(b) He could not run or walk quickly.
(c) He could not read, write or figure.
(d) He could not sign his name or use a telephone.

14. What thoughts about the homeless did Ron have as he flew in a private jet over Fort Worth and looked down on the city?
(a) He was grateful that there were no homeless people begging on the streets of Fort Worth.
(b) He was heartbroken for the future of the homeless.
(c) He had sympathy because he used to be homeless.
(d) He was pleased that the city was moving the homeless so they would not bother him anymore.

15. What did Chef Jim receive for his cooking?
(a) Room and board.
(b) A car.
(c) Free meals.
(d) Nothing, because he refused to accept pay.

Short Answer Questions

1. What type of hardwood trees surrounded the Red River Parish plantation of Denver's youth?

2. In which part of Fort Worth was Ron raised?

3. Same Kind of Different as Me is what type of book?

4. What did Denver do when he spotted the white boys who he knew would cause trouble if they saw him helping a white woman?

5. What family pet woke Li'l Buddy one night and alerted him to danger in the house?

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